Planted in the spring of 2007. Still alive in 2010.
Grow in moist, well-drained, deep, humus-rich soil, preferably acidic to neutral soil, in deep or partial shade. Mulch annually in fall with leave mould.
Yellow Trillium: upright, clump-forming perennial with stalkless elliptic to broadly ovate, abruptly pointed mid-green leaves, heavily marked paler green (or khaki). Stalkless, upright, sweet-scented, golden or bronze-green flowers with inversely lance-shaped to obovate or narrowly elliptic petals, to 3.5"long, and lance-shaped, mid-green sepals are produced above the leaves in spring. Zone 6b. Origin SE US.
This planting is in the Shade garden.
Purchased from Botanus
Latest Milestone Blooming
the grandiflorum have come and gone, but these which started first bloom on
the yellow inner petals are now showing clearly
beginning to show colour
because they have been blooming so long and beautifully this year
these have bloomed for far longer than the new Trillium grandiflorum
all 3 for the first time, such strange flowers.
the first of the buds opening
the two trilliums have suddenly shot out of the ground
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